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    According to II-VI, this laser-supported precision machining method is twice as efficient and less prone to errors than the existing electrical discharge machining (EDM) used for PCD and ceramics. At the heart of the new lapping system is an air-cooled 450-watt fiber laser with 1060 nm wavelength.

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    2018-2-5 · The synthetic diamond was born The first real synthetic diamonds were crystallised in Sweden by ASEA in 1953. The General Electric Company in the USA was second to announce the successful results of their research in 1955. Synthetic diamonds are nowadays being produced as mono-crystalline stones (MDC), polycrystalline Solid-CVD

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